After rhyming name game, Starbucks files cases against firms supplying fake company products
Starbucks is fighting cases against a host of firms/individuals supplying fake Starbucks products.
Tata Starbucks nets first positive Ebitda
The growth is nearly double compared to a year ago period when it mostly focussed on profitability ...
Starbucks says it will stop offering plastic straws by 2020
The Seattle-based company said Monday it will instead use straws made from other materials, and lids designed not to need straws.
Baring, L&T said to lead bidding for Mindtree stake
Mindtree shares have climbed about 8 percent this year and rose 2.5 per cent in Friday trading.
Buying your Starbucks fix with bitcoin is now closer to reality
The beverage retailer is teaming up with one of the world’s biggest exchange operators, Intercontinental Exchange Inc., which just created a venture called Bakkt designed to more tightly integrate digital currencies into global commerce.
Bean there done that: Satya Nadella’s advice for new Starbucks CEO
Kevin Johnson, the CEO of Starbucks, has a big – make it venti — challenge ahead of him.
Tata Global Beverages to exit loss-making subsidiaries
On prospects in West Bengal, the top company official said the Tata Group is committed to the state and looking for the "right opportunity" in terms of investment.
Starbucks keen to fill the cup & plate for you
Tata Starbucks, the 50:50 joint venture between Starbucks Coffee Company and Tata Global Beverages in India, wants to increase its food play in the country.
Starbucks blames slower China growth on drop in third-party delivery orders
The U.S. cafe chain on Tuesday same-store sales would be flat to slightly negative in its second-biggest market in April-June, versus 7 percent growth a year earlier.
Inside big brands' intensifying India battle against copycats
As more companies realise how essential it is to protect their brands, the battles are getting more intense.
Starbucks investors mourn end of an era as Howard Schultz exits
Schultz, who took up the post of executive chairman after he stepped down as Chief Executive in 2017, will be stepping away from the company after nearly four decades of service to mull a "range of options".
Plunging coffee bean prices could drive grower cutbacks in 2019
Low prices for coffee beans in 2018 will likely reduce the incentive for farmers.
Starbucks shuts 8,000 stores for anti-bias training
Analysts say Starbucks can ill afford the bad publicity at a time of growing competition in a coffee industry which has seen a number of rivals bought out or merged.
CEOs lead from the front in fight against fake news
Apart from fake messages and posts and critical feedback on social media, heads of companies are also taking ownership of employee experiences gone wrong.
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